Kairos Prison Ministry
"I was in prison and you visited me." —Matthew 25:36
What if you had not had friends or family visit for years? What if you had never heard that God love and forgives you? What if you believed that you were totally alone?
Life would be pretty dismal, wouldn't it? That is the experience of many prisoners in our state prisons. Kairos Prison Ministry makes a profound difference in prisoners' lives. Kairos is an international, inter-denominational Christian ministry that serves prisoners by showing them the love and forgiveness of Christ. Prison administrators endorse the program because of the reduction in discipline problems and the lowering of recidivism rates for Kairos attendees.
For more information on how you can help, contact Jim Huitt or watch the video on this page. Thank you for supporting this important ministry.
Bake Cookies for KAIROS
Deliver to church by 5pm, Tuesday, November 6
The FPC Kairos Prison Ministry Team is participating in another ministry program at Deep Meadow Correctional Center in State Farm, VA. They also offer hospitality by providing homemade cookies to all the inmates. Our hope is to take 100 dozen cookies to share as the love of Jesus Christ is shared.
More info is on the Memorial Corridor bulletin board, but basically they request that cookies are homemade and prayed over for these inmates. Bring them to church in zip-lock bags of 1/2 dozen or dozen (designated for KAIROS) and place in the church kitchen freezer.
If interested in being a Kairos team member or attending a closing ceremony inside the prison, contact Jim Huitt.